Kim Deals' days as a Pixie are over.
The bassist and one of the founding members of the Pixies has decided to quit the influential band, according to Pixies' remaining members Black Francis, Joey Santiago and David Lovering. News of Deal's departure came via a message on their Facebook page.
According to Paris Hilton, the world won't have to wait too long for her new album.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, Hilton discusses Sofia Coppola's film, "The Bling Ring," based on the true story about a group of kids accused of robbing celebrities in 2008 and 2009. A victim of the Bling Ring six times, Hilton makes an appearance in the film, but also discusses the status of her reported pop album on Cash Money Records – the same label that is home to hip-hop stars Lil Wayne, Drake and Nicki Minaj.
Apparently Rihanna is too sexy for residents of Dublin, Ireland.
Posters for the singer's "Diamonds" tour are being covered up ahead of her June 21 show at the Aviva Stadium. The images come from Rihanna's "Unapologetic" album cover which features her naked from the waist up, with her elbow and writing acting as a shield for certain body parts.
After a long break of not speaking to the media, Kanye West decided to break his silence to the New York Times, less than a week before the release his sixth studio album, "Yeezus."
Over the course of a few days, writer Jon Caramanica, spoke with West as he was working with legendary producer Rick Rubin to put the finishing touches on his latest project. The 36-year-old musician and father-to-be, West was both confident and candid as he touched everything from fatherhood, Kim Kardashian and why he's the "Michael Jordan of music."
Just when folks were ready to write Amanda Bynes off as more than a little looney, a former co-star and a record label exec have come to her rescue.
In an interview with OK! magazine, Bynes' friend and "Amanda Show" cast mate Drake Bell responded to the criticism swirling around the 27-year-old actress he refers to as a "sister." Bells says he speaks with Bynes daily and whether it's her Twitter battles, police run-ins or budding rap career, all of the antics are a result of her "searching," and shouldn't be taken out of context.
Sunday brought the TV moment some of us had been anxiously waiting for.
No, not the bloody, shocking and disturbing last ten minutes of "Game of Thrones," but the return of AMC’s “The Killing.”
Back like they never left, Veena Sud and her team have brought our favorite Seattle-based detectives back to the Sunday lineup and, depending on what you’ve seen, read or heard, the “The Killing” season three (or "TK2.0" as I like to call it) debuted with mixed results.
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